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Water, Gravel and the Serenity Prayer

Motorcycling is pretty straightforward: Oh, here's water, so I'll take it slow an easy; uh oh, here's a patch of gravel, so I'll get it and go. But life doesn't always present itself in such an easy-to-figure-out way.

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Competitive Campfiring

Campfire Teepee

I methodically arranged the kindling into a teepee shape and the firewood in a larger teepee around it. One match. Two matches. Three matches and voila!

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An Old Yeller Moment

Denbeigh, the beloved Corgi

Carter dug Denbeigh's grave in the back yard with a little moral support from a neighbor. The old Corgi was the only dog either of my boys had ever known as a family member.

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Who’s Controlling Your Story?

Here I am on my first solo road trip, crossing the Mississippi River.

If you had to introduce yourself to a dozen strangers every day, with no naysayers or fact checkers weighing in, what would you say?

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Take a Chance

Baha'i Temple in Wilmette IL

Proving the old maxim that there are no strangers, just friends we haven't yet met, meet Bethany, from Kenosha, Wisconsin.

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Yellowstone Wildlife go with the Flow

massive bull bison yellowstone

Yellowstone black bears and bison show us how to live the good life.

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When a Dragon’s not a Dragon

The 11-mile stretch is said to have 318 curves. I could believe somewhere in excess of 100 if you count the tiny wobbles off a straight line, but not 318. Oh well, why quibble? It's fun!

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Beartooth Highway and Hype

Here's Beartooth Pass...not quite at the summit

It’s one of the legendary roads that riders talk about with a mix of pride and wistful sighs; pride for having braved it, and a sighs at witnessing nature unadulterated.

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Red Lodge and Variety

Little guy on big horse in Red Lodge

Unlike any parades I’d ever seen back east, almost everyone in this one was either on mule or horseback.

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Standin’ on the Corner

Tam in Winslow, AZ

How a pop song saved an Arizona town that the railroad abandoned and an interstate bypassed. I'm standin' on the corner of Winslow, Arizona.

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